The Imperial New Delhi offers food festivals to keep warm

The Imperial New Delhi devises food festivals to keep you warm this winter

The Imperial New Delhi Winter FoodNovember 9, 2012: The Spice Route at The Imperial New Delhi is offering the land of water through a wide variety of dishes made out of king prawns, squids, lobster and variety of fishes. Epicureans can choose from concept dishes like Prawn in a sarong - Malaysian style por  pia skin wrapped  prawns, flavored with lemon grass, chillies and fried crisp served with sweet chilli and plum sauce; Meen Rassam - mixed sea food rassam, tempered with Kerala spices; and Muc Xao Phap Cam - wok fried squid with pickled mustard Vietnamese style amongst others.

So make your booking anytime between December 1-31, 2012 to get a taste of exotic seafood fare. Meal for two costs INR 8000 + taxes without alcohol

Daniell’s Tavern, on the other hand, is offering savoury, subtly spiced South Indian delicacies from the four states of Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. The tantalizing dishes have subtle differences of the regions which can be described as rich Karnataka, mild Kerala, spicy Andhra and tangy Tamil Nadu. The cuisine is created by using unique ingredients like coconut, curry leaves, kodumpuli, lentils, green chillies, rice, tamarind, and more. Specialties include Chicken 65, Pepper Mutton in starters and Chicken Chettinad, Meen Moilee, Tomato Rice, payasam and many more in main course.

Indulge in this southern fare, but available only for a very limited time, between December 1-10, 2012 (for dinner only). Meal for two costs INR 4000 + taxes


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